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Philips/Universal (Japan), 1966. New Copy
One of our favorite soundtracks ever – a jazzy swinging ode to love found and love lost – all penned by the legendary Michel Legrand! The work was composed in collaboration with director Jacques Demy for his 1966 film of the same name – and, like the previous Demy/Legrand ... CD
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Universal (France), Late 50s/1960s/Early 70s. New Copy
A tremendous collection of French film soundtracks – all penned to accompany the famous work of Jean-Pierre Melville, and all nearly as integral to the movies as the image itself! Melville is a very sound-conscious director, and the music for his films is a key force in guiding the actions ... CD
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678 Records (Netherlands), Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy 2CD
Totally wonderful work from Ruud Bos – a Dutch composer who did some fantastic groups for sex films and thrillers at the end of the 60s – a good deal of which is brought together on this overstuffed set! The vibe is great – upbeat, jazzy, and very groovy – with a mix of ... CD
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Schema (Italy), 1974. New Copy Gatefold
Sweetly funky and very slinky – this is one of the best early 70s scores by the great Italian composer Piero Umiliani! The record has lots of bubbling electric piano, rumbling electric basslines, warm acoustic percussion, and moody wordless vocals. At some level, the album sounds a lot like ... CD
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Schema (Italy), 1975. New Copy Gatefold
One of the coolest Italian soundtracks we've heard in a long time – a wonderful set of tunes that moves from slinky, to easy, to groovy, and beyond! The tunes start out bubbling very spare and slow – with floating piano, moog, and other nice bits – and as the record progresses, ... CD
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Uccidente Johnny Ringo
Digitmovies (Italy), 1966. New Copy
A nicely different western score from Pippo Caruso – one that hits the genre at a moodier, mellower level – but still with all the flair you'd expect from a classic Italian film score from the 60s! Caruso sometimes uses strings or harmonica gently, to hint at a more sentimental ... CD
 



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